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Warring Palestinian factions are expected to hold a meeting Tuesday to continue talks which began one day earlier over the situation in the camp.Tuesday's meeting is expected to bring together the major factions in addition to Islamist groups. A Palestinian security source told The Daily Star that armed men affiliated to the Bilal Badr Islamist extremist group appeared in the Al-Tiri neighborhood at the largest Palestinian camp in Lebanon.Fatah Movement stationed heavily at the camp overnight Tuesday as Lebanese Army soldiers, manning checkpoints outside the camp, inspected passers-by.UNRWA Lebanon Director Hakam Shahwan told The Daily Star that the security situation in Ain al-Hilweh was preventing the agency's staff from continuing their work at the camp.
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